melissa: running the boston marathon is a dream for millions of runners, and for some it becomes a reality. but yesterday when runners and spectators were to celebrate and rejoice, the dream turned into quite a nightmare, as you know. but will it stop people from doing things, hurt businesses, our economy has large? joining us, jimmy orr, who finished the marathon minutes before the bombs went off. you are a west point grad, spent 15 months in afghanistan, you ran this race, went through the finish line and then you heard the blast, what was your reaction, what was the scene like? >> it was really chaotic, it was kind of quiet and everybody knew something just happened. luckily we linked up right after that with our family. something is going down, we have to get out of here. we just wanted to get away from the scene before we saw cops running and everything, we wanted to get out of there as soon as possible.